A Swedish torch (also known as a Swedish candle, Swedish fire log, or Schwedenfackel) is a very practical alternative to a traditional campfire. With a little prep work, they are easy, efficient, and require little resources and little tending. They are particularly nice if you are winter camping, have wet ground, or a limited supply […]
Winter camping means one thing: more time spent around the campfire, as the weather is colder and daylight is in short supply. One way to enjoy your time spent around the campfire with friends is indulging in delicious food. Awhile back I shared how to cook breakfast on a stick. In this installment, we will […]
Slaving away in the kitchen for the holidays is a tradition most of us can do without. Kick off a new custom with our recipes for RVing holiday dinners.
Fall has arrived, which means campfires are allowed again on most public lands and campgrounds after being banned over the hot dry summer. Man has been cooking over a campfire since he first discovered how to create fire. Most every RVer has enjoyed roasting marshmallows or hot dogs on a stick over a fire, but […]
Cooking while camping can seem like a daunting task. Problems like food storage, time management, and limited counter space can make having home-cooked meals seem impractical. Even with access to electricity, you might be tempted to skip the wholesome meals and head to a fast food restaurant. On the other hand, it’s important to remain happy and healthy […]
Many serious cooks find a good cast iron pan a kitchen staple. It can be used to perfectly brown potatoes, cook cinnamon rolls, or even roast a whole chicken. Cast iron pans can be used on the stove top, in the oven, or over a campfire. Cast iron has a high volumetric heat capacity, which […]
Can you safely burn wood inside your RV? These RVers discuss the pros and cons of a popular hippie hack, the wood stove for RVs mod.
Easy summer RV cooking doesn’t have to be expensive or hard. Try these three meal tips I’ve learned as a full-time RVer for better health and relaxation.
Green RVers can take solar power a step further by cooking any food all-year with a sun-powered RV solar cooking oven.
Even if you hate cooking, these four biggest RV kitchen fire dangers are lurking in your rig. Learn the risks and how to avoid fire catastrophes.
Cooking meals at your campsite is a time where you can break away from the norm and try great meals. It`s not always convenient to bring along a large grill but we reviewed, tested and cooked with three ideal products that are easy on space with great results.